I think you have answered your own question in your first sentence. Why not call it Dragonflies and Daisies? I think it's beautiful! It would be a great brand name as well. Remember, you don't have to go for a conventional name such as Berry Hill Farm. It encompasses a natural and eco-friendly feeling.
We bought an original German homestead in the Texas hill country. It sits at the highest point in the area and has beautiful pastures and several smaller homes on the property plus horse stables and barn. We are starting a family business. We have 300 year old oaks on the property plus the usual chickens, dogs,cats, and horses plus one happy donkey. We have been racking our brains for a year now. Any suggestions?
“Farm” is a big stretch since I live in Denver proper! I do grow flowers and sell bouquets that I’ve arranged. I would say my design style is natural and whimsical. My previous flower business was One Charming Bouquet, which I like, but doesn’t indicate that I grow everything from seed, totally local, heirloom flowers that aren’t typically shipped. Do you have any ideas for my Urban Farmette? (aka what used to be my backyard!)
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